Shahi Tukda Recipe also popularly known as Shahi Toast or Double Ka Meetha dessert. We had learned to make this rich royal Mughlai dessert in the traditional way. Of course now a quick and easy version of being made. One piece of Shahi Tukra will give you feeling of Royalty rich in aroma, taste, flavors & calories. I am sharing here easy version comprising step by step with photos which will take away all your confusions 🙂

Shahi Tukda Recipe is easy to cook with the ingredients normally available at our home. It’s taste similar to Gulab Jamun if cooked well. It can be served hot or cold and can be cooked one day before for your guests.



  • Cooking time: 30 minutes
  • Serving: 3



  • Bread slice (cut in round shape or as you like )- 5
  • Milk- 1Cup
  • Sugar- 1cup
  • Oil for frying
  • Green Cardamom(crushed)- 1-2
  • Milkmaid (optional)-1/2 cup


  1. Heat oil in a pan & add Green Cardamom till it crackles. Deep Fry bread slices in oil until it turns golden brown.

SHAHI TUKDA Recipe2. Add milk & sugar to the same pan &  boil till sugar dissolves.SHAHI TUKDA Recipe3. Add fried bread slices to the pan & milk made & cook till it soaks up all the milk.

SHAHI TUKDA Recipe4. Serve the way you like 🙂


61 Replies to “SHAHI TUKDA RECIPE”

  1. I am hungry Happy to connect #zarahatkeblogreads via #MyFriendAlexa @blogchatter

  2. This is awesome. So easy to make, yet royal! I have a food blog too and I’m making no-bake desserts this September for the campaign. Great to connect with you <3
    Kohl-Eyed Me
    Something’s Cooking

  3. Wonderful plating, love the photos and ofcourse the dish, it’s one of my favorites !

  4. To be honest this looks really much simpler than I had actually imagined ;). Reminds me of my Hyderabad days where this was such a regular dessert available at so many joints :D.

  5. Wow! This looks so yummy and yet easy to make. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  6. My my this looks so tasty! I love this royal delicacy!!!you have tempted me enough to make it again..yummy.

  7. Simple and easy. This is one my absolute favourite desserts.

  8. I lover shahi-tukra.But my waist doesn’t. So its not a member of my family for a very long time.The pics look edible?
    Dr.Amrita Basu

  9. mouth watering dish.. one can try!

  10. I have it regularly 😀 Now, may be, I will give it a try to make it myself 🙂 But I will go with the mix veg italian curry first! Lovely pics and description. Cheers.

  11. Drooling! Don’t remeber when was the last I had shahi tukra. So easy to make, will definitely try.

  12. Looks yummy! Hope to try to make it some time soon!

  13. hubby;s favourite and I now know the recipe ..will surely try 🙂

  14. Love the dish… Love the recipe
    Thank you. ?

  15. Hey I love Shahi Tukdas. i am planning to make it in my air fryer!

  16. Damn! I read it at wrong time..want this yummilicious dessert now..:) 🙂 BTW wonderful post and photos! 🙂

  17. Dropping in a hello from the my friend alexa community 🙂
    Oh god I’m craving for shahi tukda now!
    *bye bye diet*

  18. Lovely..reminded me of my childhood days when it was special addition of Sunday breakfast..and yes you can also add rabri, it just ooomphs the yummy factor of this dish.

  19. Awesome, and so easy to make!! Makes me want to try it out pronto!

  20. Ohhh yuumm such a quick and simple recepie .
    Thank you for sharing will give a try !


  21. Quite easy one. will try. Yumm post !

  22. I love your blog’s interface and style! Will definitely try some recipe some day! I’m a big foodie, you can see my recipes and food reviews at #MyFriendAlexa #JillOfAllTrades

  23. Shahi Tukra is my favourite dessert….When I saw your post, I wanted to eat my screen….Thank you for such a simple and useful recipe.

    1. thanks for stopping by 🙂

  24. What’s about this dessert that makes my mouth water.Absolutely delicious

    1. indeed it is thanks for stopping by 🙂

  25. Nice Post!, Thanks for provide me recipe

    1. Glad you like it , Do visit again 🙂 thanks

  26. This is super simple to make. I’m definitely going to try this some day.

    1. thanks 🙂

  27. Shahi Tukda is one of my favorites! And your dish looks so delicious!
    I love the idea of cutting the bread in a round shape,usually it is always triangular.
    Thanks for the recipe!

    1. thanks 🙂

  28. Absolutely stunning photos! thanks for sharing with us.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it do ched out more

  29. Great post! I like all the details and the ideas!

    1. glad you like it

    1. thanks

  30. Nice blog ! Yumm so easy and tasty recipe!

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